Trade shows and events are not immune to Murphy’s Law! Even when you plan far ahead, you can’t plan for the things you don’t expect. Here are helpful tips to cover the unexpected for your next event or trade show.
Category: Proving Trade Show and Event Value
Find out what engagement tactics attendees respond to on the show floor in this summary of the CEIR Attendee Floor Engagement Study. Identify what you could engagement tactics you could add to your trade show exhibit at your next show.
Digital is everywhere, so it is no surprise that almost every trade show exhibit has some sort of digital content. Have you considered the positives and negatives of incorporating technology into your trade show exhibit?
What is the goal or strategy for events and experiential marketing in 2016? I took a look at one of the world’s most comprehensive annual research studies to find out. Use this information to justify your trade show presence.
More and more exhibitors are seeing the value in serving their attendees food and beverages at trade shows and events. When determining your menu, there are 7 types of food we recommend you avoid.
With every relationship, work or personal, there are four basic phases that we go through in order to move along a path, whether linear or non-linear. The one thing that many businesses ignore is the single most powerful tool in their tool chest, the customer advocacy of the current and happy customers.